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Flipping the Classroom Requires More Than Video

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The term “flipped classroom” is most attributed to two chemistry teachers from Colorado, Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams, who pioneered the use of screencasting and video podcasting in 2006 to deliver content for their high school science classes. Those techno-centric terms made parents and other teachers recoil, however, so the innovators began calling their method “Reverse Instruction.” It wasn’t until September 2010, when Daniel Pink wrote an article about Karl Fisch did the method become known as the Flipped Classroom. Fisch subsequently credited the Colorado teachers with the inspiration.READ MORE -

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